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is part of project neon, that massive i-15 widening project. the impact is on you is our top story tonight. our team coverage includes a look at alternate routes and we'll start with sergio avila to explain what they're doing. >> reporter: i can tell you first "carnado" begins tonight at 10:00 p.m. that's for one of the closures. from i-15 going southbound. the other northbound closure will happen on friday. either way, n-dot wants you to be prepared for this be prepared to hear a few more honking horns as "carnado" touches down over the spaghetti bowl tonight at ten. some drivers we spoke to still unaware of the incoming storm of traffic. >> from the 15 ur not able to get on to 95 north. >> what? >> wow. >> reporter: here's what you need to know about "carnado." let's say you are headed from the i-15 northbound on to the u.s. 95 northbound.
south and want to get on to u.s. 95 north. guess again. both rams will close as the spaghetti bowl undergoes it's largest reconstruction ever. >> normal vegas b. s. forced to deal with the city's growing pangs. this town was a small town. grew like a weed. >> reporter: that means we've out grown the spaghetti bowl and parts of the i-15 leading to it. >> what do they expect to to do? >> reporter: greg james is slightly exaggerating but another driver obviously upset about the closures. n-dot is asking you to look for alternative routes because traffic is expected to be heavy, especially the first few weeks of this four-month long closure. he's hoping all the headaches pay off. but admits, he's skeptical. >> probably turn out good. but the point is it ain't going to turn out good enough, fast enough. >> reporter: another major
starting tonight at 10:00. so you may be thinking at home you didn't tell me how to get around all this. we have news 3 tom hawley up in sky 3. tell us how to get around this. >> tom: all right. we'll talk about alternate routes. even if those don't expect it to be easy. this bridge which a lot of people might remember being constructed back around 2,000 now is coming down. it has to be replaced a little bit to the north to make room for the new flyover bridge. 95 north. let's kind of map it out for you. what you are going to do to get around here. instead of the irgs 15 north to us-95 flyover ramp, all the traffic will be rerouted to martin luther king boulevard. the green on the right, that will swing you around. it's only a one-lane ramp and it's replacing a two lane ramp. i-15 southbound will be closed for merging 95 north. the solution there to make an
boulevard. that pours freeway volumes of traffic on to westbound lake mead then martin luther king. that is going to be swamped as well. then, of course, sergio also mentioned the closure of the entrances to martin luther king boulevard from the freeways. we'll have additional maps coming out over those as time goes on. so a bunch of closures right now. more on the way as the project continues for the next couple years. tom hawley reporting from sky 3. >> reed: thank youo beating and robbing ab 83-year-old man in his home. it was in the west part of the valley off vegas drive and rainbow. that's where we find news 3's antonio castelan with that man's frightening ordeal. antonio? >> reporter: reed, the 83-year-old who was robbed inside his home hopes the four thieves behind the break-in are caught soon. he fears they could do it again. >> i don't know they got in and i was like this and i they jumped me from behind.
four teenagers breaking into his home off vegas drive and rainbow tuesday night. >> four black youngsters. probably from 18 to 25. >> reporter: police say the teenagers entered through a back window. they ransacked the home. willis says the thieves ended up stealing money, precipitation drugs and his -- prescription drugs and hi car. he can't believe the robbers beat up his dad. >> it is just a shame. my father is 83, a senior, never bothered anybody and this [ bleep ] has to happen to him. >> reporter: willis tells us the home invaders kicked him in the ribs and ooefden tried to stab him. >> one of them had a screw driver. he kept pointing it at me like he was going to stab me. >> reporter: rob et willis prays they are caught before they do it again. the 83-year-old says he'll never see his neighborhood the same. >> i've lived here 16 years and to me it's been a good neighborhood. i thought. >> reporter: police are looking
this home invasion you are asked to call crimestoppers at 702-385-5555. jim? . >> jim: teen yo, so glad that he's doing all right today. thank you. a woman was found dead on a sidewalk after she was shot overnight. gunshots were heard in the area of jones and alta shortly after midnight. witnesses told detectives they saw a four-door gray car leaving the area. police aren't sure if that was involved in the crime. their investigation is just released. this is metro's 140th homicide this year. >> reed: police on the hunt for two people who fired at cars and businesses near the las vegas country club right off karen avenue near joe w. brown. nobody got hurt but one car and an apartment were hit by bullet. >> jim: election day is 13 days away. but the ballot battle is well underway. here in clark county, more than 138,000 of you have already voted early.
at the polls. new at six, our jeff gillan joins us live from an early voting site just off the strip. what are the cloud crowds like there, jeff? >> reporter: good to see you if. by the way folks i know this doesn't look like much but see that warehouse? that's an early voting site here in clark county. walk with me if you can. see that bus over there? they're actually bussing strip workers over here. many belonging to the culinary union. to come here to vote. to course that's the strip. there's i-15. right across the i-15 we're off of harmon. today this early voting site got visit bid the most famous early voter in the valley. and that's no accident. so how is harry reid feeling about november 8th. >> we hope okay. we feel very good. we are in nevada and around the country. >> reporter: if the retiring reed has confidence especially
this. welcome to the political war room at the state's biggest most powerful union. you are looking at a couple hundred culinary members ready to fan out across the valley. victor juarez who works at circus circus is one of them. >> everybody gets between 80 to 100 vote as day. >> reporter: that adds up. just ask the sul necessary's political director. >> right after labor day we've done close to 140,000 doors. >> reporter: this democratic ally is pushing the democratic wave of 2014 when democrats didn't public -- push hard enough. the name of the game? early voting. and for a reason. >> we know that on election day we lose in 2012 obama lost on election day. that's because there's massive republican turnout on election day. so we have to really make sure we take early vote as seriously as possible. >> reporter: after three days, 27,000 more democrats have voted
that to continue. back to our early voter. he voted with culinary members today. who did he vote for? >> not pence. hard choice. >> reporter: just checking. back here live right off harmon. by the way you can go early vote anywhere at any early voting site. you can come down here and do it. early voting runs until in las vegas, jeff gillan, news 3 back to you. >> jim: thanks for that. we promise to pass these along. we have more details on vice president joe biden's visit to the valley on saturday. he is rallying for hillary clinton and senate candidate catherine cortez-masto. the doors will open at nine at the southwest regional council of carpenters on sunset near arville. the rally is expected to start at 11. for more information and a link to register head to news3lv.com. >> reed: vice presidential
today. he encouraged the crowd of 400 or so to vote for not only donald trump but show their support for all republicans including senate candidate joe heck. >> jim: coming up, a loophole in the law allowed dui offenders to still drive on our roads. >> reed: well in just five days, new rules close that loophole by cracking down on mopeds. >> jim: he is accused of spying on his customers. the first statement from a bed and breakfast owner on the charges against him. >> the pacific. number one will start spreading into southern nevada and bring us a chance for rain real soon. we'll tell you how soon with the full forecast coming up. >> reed: a national outcry pushes the leader of the defense department to take action to step forward for those who serve in the national guard. >> jim: that's coming up in our second half-hour tonight at
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fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton:
dan: if a bad guy breaks into my house, i have every right to defend my home. and i will. i have no problem with background checks and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? we've made it way too easy for them to buy guns. we have a loophole where dangerous people can walk into a gun show and buy a gun, no questions asked. after that, they could walk into my house, or yours. and i'd rather they didn't have a gun. vo: yes on question 1. >> reed: dui offenders will no longer be able to drive mopeds on valley roads. believe it or not, a loophole in the law allowed those offenders
faith jessie is live with the changes designed to boost your safety. >> reporter: reed, this new law will reduce the amount of unlicensed drivers on the streets because as of november 1st anyone driving a moped will have to register their vehicle. jay wooly make as living selling mopeds. >> we tell them at this point registration isn't required. >> reporter: it was a sales pitch he used for many years. but for the customers are greeted with a sign telling him the opposite. starting january 1st the new law will be in affect requiring moped drivers to register at the dmv before hitting this streets. >> i hope this will help with safety. >> reporter: senator mow spoke about the new law while standing in front of hundreds of impounded mopeds. some taken from those accused of drunk driving. >> to drive a scooter you have to have a license. >> reporter: this requirement closes a loophole that allowed
in 2017 they must not only present a valid license but prove ownership of their vehicles and pay a one-time fee of $60 to register. the new law is also an attempt to better track stolen vehicles. >> moped theft is a huge problem. it's been increasing in nevada. national insurance bureau of crime report lists us at number seven in the country. >> reporter: that is an issue ta that hits close to home as some of his customers were sglimz of course it's panic for a lot of people becau t their primary form of transportation. >> reporter: store owners will need to have a special dmv license to sell mopeds. he thinks the change will protect customers from non-trustworthy dealers. >> you would go to the distributor and buy them at wholesale then retail them on the street corner somewhere. and give no protection to the customer. >> reporter: you can start registering your mopeds on november 1st. metro says by january 1st all vehicles need to be registered.
get that done. after that they will start citing vehicles that are not registered. we'll toss it back to you in the studio. >> jim: thank you for that. today was a great day to take a cruise around on a moped or have your windows down in the car. >> reed: no matter if you under a convertible or even just a sunroof today was a nice day. but you might want to change your plans for the days ahead. >> could always use the rain though. remember to turn off your sprinklers if it rains when this happens. what a great day we had today. our camera on top of the red rock resort for the west side of the valley. i know your eyeballs are watching those beautiful sunrise colors. focus on the middle of the valley. look at that cloud of haze and junk that was out there. we still have high levels of humidity. took awhile to get it to burn off but once it did it set the table for a gorgeous day. you can see that haze settling in between the mountains in the valleys down around boulder city. the humidity levels are lowering.
should be lower tomorrow. in the meantime, up above, high, thin clouds working their way across the valley sky. got a few more coming through tonight. but that would be just about it until the next batch comes in on friday. we'll start in henderson. horizon and greenway 74 degrees. still 47 percent there. next stop up to manny cortez on the east side. they're at 78 and 37 percent. and the northwest, 77 degrees and 36 percent relative bad hump night evening. they range anywhere from 73 to 78 as you work your way west to east across the valley. 76 in aliante. these are the undesert like relative humidity values. still elsfratd monday's rain and only get a chance to go down a notch lower before the next batch comes our way. 47 on the mountain. 73 in pahrump. mountain's at 70 percent. boulder city at 45 percent. temperature wise we maxed out at 81 today.
normal. we've had 21 above normal days in october. the 26th of the month. the air quality, you know, we have wet air the wet molecules can grab some of that dust and dirt. so we did sneak into the moderate category for a few hours this afternoon. tomorrow we'll get rolling between 64 and 69 degrees as you leave the house any time between seven and nine. mid-70s at lunchtime. i think we'll have enough sunshine to propel us up to 80. not much wind and not much wind the way of cloud cover early. we'll have thin clouds continue to work their way through. but the thicker clouds are offshore. we've actually got two systems and this moisture coming up as well. so there's going to be a lot of available water. it's not nearly as wet of a system as what we saw on monday but i still like our chances for rain on friday. here is seymour. seymour's winds down to 125. that moisture coming up to the southwest and that's going to add more into the equation to
51 at pahrump overnight. 63 mesquite. high temperatures for your thursday. the lake looking at 87. boulder city at 83. laughlin jumping to 93. for the las vegas valley we'll have a couple of high clouds. look for a low temperature of 64 degrees. then tomorrow with a -- well mostly sunny early. a few clouds later on. look for high temperature they should max out at 83. your 7-day forecast as we glance forward now. there's a chance for rain on friday. the next system out of the pacific gives us a slight chae for halloween. it will be mid-70s on monday. that will pretty much plateau as we begin november. quick hello to my friend at fitzgerald elementary. the first time i went to fitzgerald was 1994. i asked some of the student house many of you have been going to fitzgerald for 22 years. a bunch raised their hand. so we'll be checking transcripts. we had a great time talking about the importance of reading
las vegas rotary club. we had a lot of energy so it was a blast. i want to thank them again. before we send it back to jim and reed, you guys follow instructions well. we've got our friends the boy scouts in the northwest part of the las vegas valley getting a tour. seeing how we do things here. you know your scout master's name is? ben affleck right? he's a big star isn't he? [ laughter ] . >> jim: did you know it's his birthday today. he is 125. [ laughter ] all right. now at the count of three you have a job. you are going to say back to you jim and read. one. two. three. >> back to you jim and reed! >> jim: very, very solid work. and ben affleck, a celebrity here. >> reed: and they line up like bowling pins. >> jim: donald trump left the campaign trail today to celebrate the opening of his new hotel. >> reed: while donald
>> reed: four men got away with more than now they face more than 20 felony charges. the attorney general's office says they filed false documents with the dmv claiming lienholders had been notified of vehicle tows. then they sold the cars at auction. >> jim: the local landlord accused of planting hidden cameras in his airbnb home to spy on people faced a judge today. christopher rogers pleaded not guilty. a renter tipped off detectives saying there were eight hidden
potential victims in this case. >> reed: new chatter about getting an nba team here in las vegas. >> jim: coming up the heavy hitter behind the push to get another pro sports team here in town. >> reed: people in the national guard got bonuses then were told to repay them? now the feds are stepping in to take action. that's next on news 3 live at 6:30. hillary clinton: this is not an ordinary titime, and this is not an ordinary
election. i want to send a message to every boy and girl and indeed to the entire world. that america already is great, but we are great because we are good.
i want us to heal our country and bring it together. we have to start getting the economy to work for everyone... not just those at the top. making the best education system from preschool through college. making it affordable, because that's, i think, the best way for us to get the future that our children and our grandchildren deserve. my vision of america is an america where everyone has a place. this is the america that i know and love. if we set those goals and we go together, there's nothing that america can't do. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the
money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest.
add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. jim dunlap: too many
nevada police officers have been killedfor the content in the last few years. the truth is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. in states that have closed the loophole, nearly half as many police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. background checks save lives. v.o.: yes on question one. "she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen.
>> jim: welcome back. defense secretary ashton carter has told the pentagon to stop asking national guard members to pay back bone uss. >> reed: here's the back story. they received that money ten years ago for reenlisting and fighting in iraq and afghanistan. details tonight from nbc's chris clackham. >> reporter: just days after a published report that thousands of california national guard members are being pursued by the pentagon to bonuses they received for reenlisting a decade ago, defense secretary ashton carter has halted the payback process. >> i've ordered the suspension of all efforts to collect reimbursement from effected california guard members. >> reporter: carter's decision follows the los angeles times story over the weekend that nearly 10,000 california guard members have been ordered by the pentagon to repay bonuses they received during what turned out